Someone mentioned that Hannah having history of anxiety & depression doesn’t mean she has mental health issues. I must disagree as a health care professional. You don’t have to have schizophrenia or bipolar to have mental health issues. It is a false assumption that to have anxiety or depression one has to act sad. People mask things that’s why often signs are missed or frankly you may be trying to fake it till you make or are just tired of people asking you what is wrong. Then again there are those who think if you are just more positive or if you pulled yourself up by your bootstraps you would be better. Sure there are those who clearly you can tell they are in trouble as they don’t care how they look, stop going out etc. just because someone acts happy, doesn’t mean they are. How many times have we masked our true feelings about a situation or a relative or coworker? You hear people say they gave no symptoms they were contemplating suicide etc. I remember a minister of a mega church on the West coast who had a son who had anxiety & depression. The family went out to eat where the son seemed relaxed, happy, & joked around. They came home & the son went upstairs & immediately shot himself. There are lots of people struggling with depression with symptoms you do & do not see. I believe Hannah had a lot on her plate & probably also has situational issues with the end of the courses. If you never experience depression, nor have a friend or family member with it, consider yourself lucky. Keep in mind that people also believe that like addiction, depression is a sign of moral failing.